She sits down with him and says she tells him all the time how she feels about him, but she doesn't show him, and then she tells him that when she goes to bed she often thinks about him and the things she wants to do with him. THAT gets his attention, and the next thing you know she's straddling him and kissing him. But she can't keep giggling, and the music is more wacky than sexy.
So things break down a little bit, and now she is explaining to him how French kissing works. "You're not the first woman I've kissed," he tells her. Not even in the last five minutes, actually. So they give it a go, but he's too freaked out by her instructions to continue, but she hopes at least she showed him she likes him. She's not sure what he's thinking, though. "I feel like now it's over. I think he's done with me, I really do."
Rose ceremony! Harrison brings up Casey again, all "Let that be a lesson to the rest of you!" Three roses for four women. Ben comes out and makes a bunch of words into sentences on the vague theme of trust, and then gets down to business.
Nicki. Then Courtney, no surprise. It's down to Emily and Jamie, and it's not really a big shock that it goes to Emily instead of "too weird, too late" Jamie.
She's now crying for our -- well, "benefit" isn't really the right word. She makes a quick exit, and tells us it's funny that she's so scared of love because it's the one thing she wants. Off into the limo with her, and Jamie seems too nice to make fun of, so let's just leave her there.
Back in the hotel, Ben says he still feels that his wife is in this room. Don't you hope that isn't true? I'm trying to imagine how awesome my wife would feel if she looked back on when we met as a time when I was making out with and cuddling up with a dozen other women. Oh, whatever, it's not like a marriage is going to come out of this show. Oh, and they're off to Belize. Is that one of those countries where visitors are always getting kidnapped? No? Oh.
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